Tavistock is a thriving, beautifully friendly market town that is worthy of any visitor.
An ancient stannary town and home of the cream tea, Tavistock is the only town in
Devon to hold world heritage status. The vibrancy and uniqueness of Tavistock is
undeniable with a range of beautiful local independent shops which are a far cry from
today's typical high street. Not to be overlooked is the famous pannier market or the
award-winning farmers’ market. It is truly a shoppers paradise.

Highwayman Inn

Quoted as being ‘the most unusual pub in Britain,’ The Highwayman Inn
sits surrounded by the luscious and mysterious countryside that is
Dartmoor National Park.  
An Aladdin’s cave of eclectic artifacts and curios, an interesting and celebrated
clientele (including a resident ghost), combine to make The Highwayman Inn truly
something special.



Surrounded by the stunning Dartmoor national park, you can take any number of beautiful
walks/hikes or just sit outside your cottage with a view of the moor

The Cornish town, Bude

Just over the border from neighbouring Devon, the Cornish town of Bude is renowned for its wild Atlantic breakers, rugged coastline, unique Victorian heritage and famous seawater pool. A
magnet for surfers, outdoor enthusiasts, foodies and families alike, Bude’s easy going charm and wide, sandy beaches make it one of North Cornwall’s coolest coastal towns.